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70 The second memorial was perhaps the more significant. It was addressed to President Woodrow Wilson in 1916 at the time Wilson was considering a British request to approve issuance of what became known as the Balfour Declaration. Blackstone had developed a close relationship with a number of active Ameri- Chapter 1: Biblical Criticism and the Rise of Fundamentalism 29 can Zionists, including Louis Brandeis and Nathan Straus, the owner of R. H. Macy. 71 The story of this memorial and the impact that it may have had will be taken up in chapter 3.
5 Sunday schools, of course, focus a great deal of time on children between the ages of five and ten. Sunday schools originated in late eighteenth-century England as spontaneous local attempts to simply educate working-class children to read and write, frequently using the Bible as a text. 6 His resulting promotion of Sunday schools through his newspaper had significant impact and earned him the reputation (perhaps unwarranted) of being the originator of popular education. ”7 The early schools were quite informal, and teachers were not well trained.
And the rest were killed by the sword of the rider on the horse. (Revelation 19:19–21) The devil is also captured, and he is thrown into a bottomless pit, and Christ rules for 1,000 years of peace—the millennium. At the end of 1,000 years, the devil escapes and gathers an army to challenge Christ. [Then] fire came down from heaven and consumed them. And the devil . . was thrown into the lake of fire and sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet were, and they will be tormented day and night forever and ever.